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    The stories The Most Dangerous Game and The Gift of the Magi are both well written and vivid stories. The Most Dangerous Game is about a hunter who becomes hunted, and The Gift of the Magi is about a married couple trying to find each other gifts for christmas. Both stories have literary elements that move the story along, but in The Most Dangerous Game the elements are used more effectively. In the story, The Most Dangerous Game, two hunters, Whitney and Rainsford, sail past an island with

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    Although they are both big game hunters, their reactions to the life or death situations that they are put in could make a world of difference for themselves. When considering their actions, Rainsford would stop and think, whereas Eckels would panic and run, and not worry about the consequences that may take place. Rainsford from “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell is a very smart man. He is very good at thinking on his feet and getting himself out of tricky situations. Eckels from “The

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    Imagine turning up on an island with a psychotic man, a man who hunts humans. This is what General Zaroff does, on Ship-Trap-Island. General Zaroff is a rich hunter who hunts most animals, even the most dangerous. This is the story written by Richard Connell, called The Most Dangerous Game, It is about a psychotic man with a hunting obsession. Once Zaroff gets bored with the hunting animals he turns to something new, humans. The author thinks that hunting is normal, that people have a killer instinct

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    Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game" is a very exciting story of a manhunt. This story made me think about the morality of hunting: Humans are the cleverest creatures on earth, but does it give them a license to kill the other animals and even human beings weaker than themselves? I give below a short summary of the story to set the scene and then I will explore the ethics involved in hunting as a sport. "The Most Dangerous Game" presents the story of a hunter, General Zaroff, who

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    “The Most Dangerous Game” this is story about sanger Rainsford and his hunting partner Whitney are traveling down the river to hunt down the legendary giant cat of that region, the jaguar. After a discussion about where the hunt should take place, Rainsford listens to cannon shots, loses his pipe, and attempts to retrieve it falls off his boat in the Caribbean Sea. After he realizes that he can not swim back to the boat, he decides to swim to an island, the island Catch-Boats, which is the subject

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    “Off there to the right is a large mysterious island,” said, Whitney. “What island is it?” Rainsford asked. “The old chaps call it Ship-Trap Island,” Whitney replied. “Even a big game hunter like yourself are superstitious about it.” He heard someone fire a gun. Rainsford got on the rail to get a better view, but he fell off. “ They came from the right,” whispered Rainsford so he swims to the right.He heard it again “pistol shot” muttered Rainsford, All he knew is that he is safe from his enemy

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    In the novel, The Most Dangerous Game, Richard Connell expresses that hunting, as a game is immoral and is played for fun. Connell also illustrates that hunting in particular is not a good thing to do. The author of this novel has shown that hunting is a dangerous game through one of the main characters, General Zaroff, who is crazy, ill and thinks of hunting humans as a sport. An expert American hunter “Sanger Rainsford” was on a yatch cruising in the Caribbean Sea, he fall down into the sea, on

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    The good and bad ways of survival “ The Most Dangerous Game” Nancy Willard a famous poet once said “sometimes questions are more important than answers” Richard Connell's “The Most Dangerous Game” take place on a hidden man made island called “Ship Trap Island”. This island is a dark and terrifying place. Rainsford, a famous hunter, fell overboard after hearing a gunshot, heading to Rio. Nevertheless, He approaches the Ship Trap Island. In order to flee the island he has to face a one on one battle

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    "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell is a story about a man named Rainsford, who is an experience game hunter, that fell off a boat and swam to an island. There he meets General Zaroff, also a hunter, and his companion Ivan. But General Zaroff is not your normal game hunter. He doesn't hunt animals. What he hunts are humans. At first, he wants Rainsford to join him in his hunts. When Rainsford refuses, Zaroff decides to hunt him instead. So, he must fight to stay alive for three days, which

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    watching. The story that I am using is " The Most Dangerous Game" which is written by Richard Connell, and the quotation does not apply to this story. In the short story " The Most Dangerous Game," Richard Connell shows that Rainsford is a character who is not afraid to speak his mind, and also that he is resourceful and patient in order to outsmart Zaroff. One of the reasons why I disagree that the quotation does not apply to " The Most Dangerous Game" -Richard Connell, is because Ranisford speaks

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